RUSH: Here's Marianne in Vista, California. It's great to have you on the EIB Network. Hello.
CALLER: Hello, Rush. Wonderful speaking to you.
RUSH: Thank you.
CALLER: Great show and I just love you.
RUSH: Thank you very much. I appreciate that. Obviously not a product of liberal education here, are you?
CALLER: No. No way. No. But I did have a very disturbing phone call this morning from my daughter who asked me if it was true that Moochelle (My Belle) was considering running for the presidency in 2016. Have you heard anything like that, Rush?
RUSH: I haven't.
CALLER: Thank gosh. Okay.
RUSH: Well, that doesn't mean that it isn't true.
CALLER: Oh, Lord. Okay. You're right. And if she did, would that mean all the black vote would go going to her?
CALLER: All the women's vote?
RUSH: No. No. Because Hillary is gonna be out there competing for it.
CALLER: Okay. Well, let's hope. Let's hope so. (laughing) Really, I don't care for either one.
RUSH: Now that you mention it, that would be a fascinating primary: Hillary against Moochelle Obama. How would that happen? I haven't heard. This is the first I've heard of it. I haven't heard a syllable of Moochelle running. Anything's possible, but I've never associated her with running for office. I don't know why. I think of her as, you know, running the Barack Obama Institute for Social Justice somewhere in Hawaii.
CALLER: Well, it would kind of keep him in there.
RUSH: Well, I know that people have these fears, but I want to try to allay yours because I haven't heard that at all. I haven't heard it. But I have heard that Mrs. Clinton wants it. By the way, speaking of the Clintons, did you hear that Gennifer Flowers claimed that Bill Clinton called her in 2005 and wanted to come see her? Gennifer Flowers says that Clinton called her up when he was in town, wherever she lives now.
He wanted to go see her, and said (impression), "Hey, look, I'll put on a hoodie and I'll -- I'll -- I'll jog up there right now."
She said, "No. I have no desire to see you," and she rejected the request. Now, why would Bill Clinton want to see Gennifer Flowers? I don't think she making it up. But he was even willing to put on a hoodie so that nobody knew it was him when he got there. She lives in New Orleans. That's right. That's where it was. But, look, Michelle would be just as qualified as Hillary. I mean, they've both been first lady. Well, Hillary's been senator and secretary of state. Michelle hasn't done that. But, oh, it'd be a fascinating primary.